Finlay Robertson is using Graham Dorrans and Jamie Ness as midfield mentors, Dundee boss James McPake has revealed.
In this week's Talking Football Eric Nicolson and Ian Roache look back at the Dundee derby and look ahead to its implications.
The Dundee players are suffering as much derby defeat pain as much as the club's supporters, according to their manager.
The return of Jamie Ness to the Dundee starting line-up will be “pivotal” to the Dens Park side’s bid to reel in Championship leaders Dundee United, according to manager James McPake.
Conor Hazard has lived up to Dundee manager James McPake’s expectations.
The chances of Dundee United running away with the Championship title are debated by Jim Spence, Ian Roache and Eric Nicolson. The derby post-mortem also assesses the dangers ahead for Dundee.
Barry Smith is back at Dundee, Courier Sport can reveal.
Defiant Dundee striker Danny Johnson believes Dundee United are still catchable despite being nine points clear of their city rivals.
Shaun Byrne has admitted hearing Dundee United’s players celebrate their derby win was “gutting.”
In my column last week I spoke about the hurt of the 6-2 at Tannadice being a big factor in Friday night’s second derby of the season at Dens.